Prism Glasses

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Angled Glasses (Model Dl5113)

Angled Glasses, model DL5113, also called Bed Spectacles, are prism glasses designed for use by individuals who spend extended periods watching television or reading while lying down. The lenses on these lightweight glasses are prisms that change the line of sight without distortion and enable the wearer to view an image as if it were straight ahead while the wearer is lying flat. These glasses can be worn over prescription glasses or bifocals.

Bed Prism Glasses (Model 5198)

Bed Prism Glasses, model 5198, are prism glasses designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. These glasses have right angle prisms to enable users to read, write, or watch TV while lying down without lifting or moving their heads.

Bed Specs

Bed Specs are prism glasses designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury or severe physical disabilities. These glasses have right angle prisms that change the user's line of sight 90 degrees downward to enable him or her to read, write, or watch TV while lying down without lifting or moving their heads. These glasses have polycarbonate frames with a molded nose piece. DIMENSIONS (WxH): Frames are 6 x 1.25 inches. The inside lenses are 0.875 x 0.75 inch and the outside lenses project

Bed Spectacles (Model 228)

Bed Spectacles, model 228, are prism glasses designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. These glasses have right angle prisms to enable users to read, write, or watch TV while lying down without lifting or moving their heads. A carrying case is included. WARRANTY: One year.

Coil Prismatic Half Eye Spectacles (Models 4146-01, 4149-01, 4150-01, 4153-01, 4154-01, 4157-01, 4158-01, 4161-01, 4162-01, 4165-01, 4166-01, & 4169-01)

COIL Prismatic Half Eye Spectacles are prism glasses designed for use by individuals with low vision. Prismatic glasses help focus peripheral vision and reduce eyestrain while reading. Lens strength is +4.0 diopters for models 4146-01 and 4149-01), +6.0 diopters for models 4150-01 and 4153-01, +8.0 diopters for models 4154-01 and 4157-01, +10.0 diopters for models 4158-01 and 4161-01, +12.0 diopters for models 4162-01 and 4165-01, or +14.0 diopters for models 4166-01 and 4169-01. Focal length ra

Coil Prismatic Quarter Eye Spectacles (Models 4175-01, 4177-01, 4179-01, 4181-01, 4183-01, & 4185-01)

COIL Prismatic Quarter Eye Spectacles are prism glasses designed for use by individuals with low vision. Prismatic glasses help focus peripheral vision and reduce eyestrain while reading. Lens strength is +4.0 diopters (model 4175-01), +6.0 diopters (model 4177-01), +8.0 diopters (model 4179-01), +10.0 diopters (model 4181-01), +12.0 diopters (model 4183-01), or +14.0 diopters (model 4185-01). Focal lengths range from 3.3 to 10 inches, depending on strength. DIMENSIONS: Lenses are 43 millimeters

Deluxe Prism Glasses (Model A18002)

Deluxe Prism Glasses, model A18002, are prism glasses designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. The prism allows the user to see at a 90 degree angle, enabling the user to read in bed or watch TV while lying flat. A propped-up book can be read while the user's head is flat on a pillow. The glasses can also be used for reading during an MRI scan. The streamlined frame fits over regular glasses. These glasses are latex free and come with a protective

Deluxe Prism Glasses (Model Nc28841)

Deluxe Prism Glasses, model NC28841, are prism glasses designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. These non-magnifying glasses have a prism that turns the image 90 degrees so that no head movement is necessary while reading or watching television. These glasses come with a vinyl carrying case.

Prism Glasses

The Prism Glasses are designed for use by individuals with mobility or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. These glasses have right angle prisms to provide a 90-degree downward angle to enable users to read, write, or watch television while lying down without lifting or moving their heads. These glasses are made of high-impact styrene.

Reizen Prism Bed Spectacles

The Reizen Prism bed spectacles are designed for persons under bed-rest, for a long-term or short-term condition, but can be used by anyone who is more comfortable lying down while reading or watching TV. These glasses allow a clear picture without straining of the neck. High quality lens and frames.

Reversible Prism Glasses

The Reversible Prism Glasses are designed for individuals with spinal cord injury or severe physical disabilities. The glasses have two settings to help people confined to one position for a long period of time. In one setting, a user can lie down on a bed, and easily view the television without lifting their head. Change the prism setting, and a standing person who is unable to lift their head can see straight in front of them. Changing the setting requires removing a small hand screw and reset

Task Vision Bed Prism Spectacles Glasses

The Task Vision Bed Prism Spectacles Glasses are prism glasses designed for use by individuals who spend extended periods watching television or reading while lying down. The lenses on these lightweight glasses are prisms that change the line of sight 90 degrees without distortion and enable the wearer to view an image as if it were straight ahead while the wearer is lying flat. These glasses can be worn over prescription glasses or bifocals. These glasses have no ferrous metal so they can also

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